Rivers Edge® Jumbo Jack™ 17' Ladder Tree Stand

Item # WX2-294908

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Details & Specs

Rivers Edge® Jumbo Jack™ 17' Ladder Tree Stand. Bigger seat, rail and platform for better results in the woods. BIG BUCKS OFF !

Optimum comfort! The seat's extra wide. The shooting rail's extra large. And the platform's nice and big, too. All those extras may add up to a longer, more successful hunt. And you'll like the HUGE SAVINGS, too!

Head for higher ground:
  • Constructed of sturdy steel
  • 300-lb. weight capacity
  • Accommodates bow and gun shooting with extra-wide flip-up seat and extra-large flared shooting rail
  • Extra-large 30" wide platform with footrest
  • 30" wide seat, 26" deep platform, 20" seat height
  • Breathable, supportive TearTuff&trade mesh sling-style seat with independent backrest
  • Includes full-body safety harness
  • 17' height to shooting rail.
  • 70 lbs. Get yours ONLINE today!

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4 stars
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  1. 4 stars
    Just as expected. Nice stand.
  2. 4 stars
    The directions were pretty clear, all the fasteners were there and I had two nuts left over. The support braces were 1.5 inches too short,I drilled new holes in the base to remedy the problem.
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